Kramer introduces the K−Touch version 3.0 platform, a revolutionary Cloud−based solution for easily designing state−of−the−art, user−friendly BYOD room−control and automation eco−systems.
With K−Touch 3.0, integrators can design advanced control and automation for room elements such as lights, screens, sound, HVAC, thermostats, and any existing A/V system. Designers can scale to over 100 devices in the Cloud, all controllable from any tablet or mobile touch screen.
“K−Touch 3.0 is easy−to−use, easy−to−program, incredibly scalable, and saves significant costs to both integrators and end users,” said Aviv Ron, VP Business Development & Strategy at Kramer.
K−Touch 3.0 can be operated from any iOS or Android touch screen and is designed for a wide variety of AV environments, such as Corporate, Education, Entertainment, and Houses of Worship.
“The platform’s drag−and−drop design interface replaces expensive programming, is easy to learn, use and update and offers end users and system integrators alike a complete control and automation solution to even the most complex projects,” said Ron.
K−Touch 3.0 includes pre−programmed, drag−and−drop modules for easy control system design. K−Touch modules represent a wide variety of media programs and devices commonly used in control and automation environments.
K−Touch 3.0 enables the control of room elements via Ethernet. With Kramer FC−series format converters or third−party controllers, room elements can be controlled via RS−232, GPIO, relays, or IR. Kramer RC−series button controllers can also be incorporated into any project to provide tactile operation.
K−Touch 3.0’s platform offers integrators significant cost savings and higher ROI by allowing them to provide remote Cloud−based support and updates to customers without having to be on−site.
Kramer offers a simple online training course for K−Touch 3.0 that can be completed in just a few hours. An extensive support database for K−Touch 3.0 is available online and includes tutorials, articles, videos, and sample project files that provide additional instructions on performing both simple and complex tasks.